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Therese J. Borchard: 'Beyond Blue'
John Feister

Mental-health problems may be taboo, but that isn't stopping this woman with bipolar disorder. It's her mission to reach out in all directions.

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Finding St. Anthony: His Art and Miracles
Marion Amberg

From Manhattan to Albuquerque, stained-glass windows and sculptures portray key events in the life of one of the world's most popular saints.

Soul Sisters: A Story of Joy and Sorrow
Colleen Connell Mitchell

This mom’s joyful life was turned upside down when she lost a son at three months and another to a miscarriage.

Dion: A Rock Legend Opens Up
Dion DiMucci and Mike Aquilina

He was supposed to be on the plane that crashed in 1959, “the day the music died.” Here, the rock musician reveals the true story of that day.

Fire: Sparks From the Divine
Barbara Beckwith

The control of fire, the most powerful of the traditional four elements,created civilization and will determine our survival.

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		<p>Clement of Rome was the third successor of St. Peter, reigning as pope during the last decade of the first century. He’s known as one of the Church’s five “Apostolic Fathers,” those who provided a direct link between the Apostles and later generations of Church Fathers. </p>
		<p>His <em>First Epistle to the Corinthians </em>was preserved and widely read in the early Church. This letter from the bishop of Rome to the Church in Corinth concerns a split that alienated a large number of the laity from the clergy. Deploring the unauthorized and unjustifiable division in the Corinthian community, Clement urged charity to heal the rift. <br /></p>
American Catholic Blog To avoid running aground on the rocks, our spiritual life cannot be
reduced to a few religious moments. In the succession of days and 
seasons, in the unfolding of times and events, we learn to see ourselves by looking to the One who does not pass away: spirituality is a return to the essential, to that good that no one can take from us, the one truly necessary thing.

Stumble Virtue Vice and the Space Between

First Sunday of Advent
Before dinner this evening gather your family to bless the Advent wreath and light one purple candle.

Remember also to give thanks for departed loved ones with whom you’ll someday be reunited.

Thanksgiving Day (U.S.)
Thanks be to God for our families, our homes, our lives. Happy Thanksgiving from Catholic Greetings and

May this birthday mark the beginning of new and exciting adventures!

St. Andrew Dung-Lac
Our common faith is our greatest treasure. Join Vietnamese Catholics around the world in honoring this 19th-century martyr.

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